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RELATIONSHIP

1. LEARNING AREA : ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS


DATE

PERIOD

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

SUGGESTED TEACHING AND LEARNING


ACTIVITIES

Students will be taught to :


15th Jun

80 minutes

1.

Understand the concept


of unknowns.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Students will be able to :

until
19th Jun

Use examples of every day situations to


explain unknowns.
e.g : Glass X contains y numbers of
marbles.

i. Use
alphabets
to
represent
unknown
numbers.
ii. Identify unknowns in
given situations.

Which alphabet represents the unknown


number?

2.

Understand the concept


of algebraic terms.

Give a list of terms and students select


algebraic terms with one unknown.

An
algebraic
term is written as
3x not x3.
A number, e.g 8
is also a term.

x
is a term
2

80 minutes

POINTS TO
NOTE

5
is not a term.
x

i. Identify algebraic terms


with one unknown.
ii. Identify coefficients in
given algebraic terms
with one unknown.
iii. Identify like and unlike
algebraic terms with one
unknown.
iv. State like terms for a
given term.

7p
:
the
coefficient of p is
7.

3.

Understand the concept


of
algebraic
expressions.

Use concrete metarials to demonstrate the


concept of combining like an unlike terms.
e.g :
I. 4s + 8s = 12s
II. 5r 2r = 3r
III. 7g + 6h cannot be simplified
because they are not like terms.
IV. 3k + 4 + 6k 3
= 3k + 6k + 4 3
= 9k + 1

i. Recognise
algebraic
expressions.
ii. Determine the number of
terms
in
a
given
algebraic expression.
iii. Simplify
algebraic
expressions
by
combining the like terms.

4p =p + p + p + p